The Department of Justice confirmed on Monday evening that Atul and Rajesh Gupta have been handcuffed in the United Arab Emirates
Motorists have had to dig deep into their pockets for fuel, how much will they pay as the general fuel levy reduction is coming to an end?
OUTA has warned government that it should not start a war with citizens that it cannot win as many struggle with drivers licences renewals.
OUTA says every day Mkhwebane remains in her role is a day lost to meaningful protection of the public from abuse of power.
OUTA has told Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula to ‘apply his mind’ in the chaos surrounding driving licences in SA.
The AARTO Act, which would have brought the introduction of the demerit system for traffic offences, has been declared invalid
OUTA calls upon businesses in the tourism sector to stop supporting non-core state-owned airlines in an attempt to prevent further wastage.
The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (Outa) has welcomed the High Court’s decision to strike Dudu Myeni’s appeal against an enforcement order off the roll
In May 2020, the High Court in Pretoria declared former SAA Chairperson Dudu Myeni a delinquent director, following a bid by the Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (Outa)
Myeni was declared a delinquent director earlier this year following her shambolic oversight of operations at failing state airline SAA.
Zuma’s dash for the door during last week’s hearing at the State Capture Inquiry has left Outa fuming, with political parties equally enraged
Conflating e-tolls with the national financing backlog merely muddies the water and masks Sanral’s own failures, OUTA says.
Must be tough, what with all those expensive flights…
There’ll be no more delays, Judge Tolmay ordered as she commenced the delinquency trial.
Former SAA Chairperson, Dudu Myeni filed an urgent appeal after Outa applied to have her declared as a delinquent director.
Gwede Mantashe released the 2019 mine health and safety statistics as the mining sector marks the 60th anniversary of the Coalbrook mining disaster.
The court ruled that Outa, an organisation serving the interests of taxpayers, had every right to pursue charges against Myeni for destroying SAA.
Myeni claims Outa made defamatory and false statements about her in a tweet, and she wants R8-million in damages.
The court threw out Myeni’s plea to have other Board members included in Outa’s charges.
Tax investigation firm OUTA have blown the whistle on the National Lotteries Commission, after the group were accused of “irregularities” over a R10m deal.
OUTA: “This will not deter us and we are not going away.”
“The Aarto Act is a big push to make money by bullying those who have acquired infringement notices to pay immediately.”
The City of Tshwane suspended this shady contract in 2017.
Myeni’s new legal team have applied for a case postponement.
The presiding Judge had to pause court proceedings for Dudu’s former lawyer to call her.